Saturday, March 26, 2016

NAZIS VERSUS BOLSHEVIKS

Via John

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As I suspiciously observe the current political rivalry, I see an eerie parallel in history.

Following their defeat in the First World War, Germany was a total wreck, forced to endure a ceaseless national humiliation, accompanied and aggravated by high unemployment, starvation, hopelessness, embarrassment, and shame, all conditions which were forced on the German people by the deliberate collusion of their European neighbors, particularly France and Great Britain.

Germans saw what transpired in Russia, and were terrified that a tragic Bolshevik triumph would also befall their own country.

It was under these conditions that Adolf Hitler and the German National Socialist Workers Party were FREELY and LEGALLY elected to power by a voting populace which could see no other way to stop the threat of violently lethal Bolshevism.

With the Nazis in control, there was employment, industry, money, and food.

After having endured so many years of terror, humiliation, poverty, and hunger, German people finally had a tangible hope for a bright and enlightened future.

They could hold up their heads and be PROUD of being German.

Of course, the German populace had no idea that, secretly, Adolf Hitler and Josef Stalin were actually plotting and conniving as ALLIES in their nefarious schemes!

Indeed, the Nazis learned how to kill Jews by diligently studying how Josef Stalin killed Ukrainians.

What has this got to do with the current political scene here in our own beloved United States of America?

Are we not now, as a nation and a people, in more or less the identical situation that Germany found itself just prior to the Second World War?

Is there not an uncanny historical parallel, in that Donald John Trump is offering wildly enthusiastic American voters some hope, where before there was nothing but confused hopelessness?

He promises to build a wall on the Mexican Border, and to deport all of the illegal aliens.

He promises to have manufacturing industries restored to American soil.

I'm totally in support of those actions, IF he will actually do it, and not just make empty campaign promises, while failing to implement those policies.

As it now stands, we are continuously ensnarled in one war after another, all over the globe, in countries where we have no business even being involved.

Our national economy is doomed to collapse.

How did it even last this long?

If we are to survive, we must be willing to deal head on with our national racial hostilities, and abolish any and all affirmative action racial quotas, and benignly permitting voluntary racial segregation.

We must abolish the lies imposed by the foolishness of "politically correct" language and speech.

I'm really concerned that NONE of the candidates ever cites as a resource our divinely inspired Constitution of the United States of America and/or the Declaration of Independence (which is our authority for claiming unalienable rights for individual citizens).

I'm also concerned that NO candidate appears to make a distinction between a "Democracy" and a "Republic".

Donald Trump's opponent (as it currently stands) is Bernie Sanders, a confirmed Bolshevik (Okay, so he SAYS, "Socialist"!), determined to eventually create the bloody horrors imposed by a Soviet style police state.

So, now what?

I'm just one man, and I certainly don't have all the answers.

I sure as Sam Hill don't want to see the same ol', same ol' Republican Party and Democratic Party status quo being perpetuated in their ignorant insulation from their voting constituency.

No, I don't claim to know everything.

But - - - ,

I do think almost every contemporary problem in our beloved native land could be peacefully resolved by relying on a stalwart universally armed citizenry, and by relying on the contents found within the pages of our Holy Bible, our Declaration of Independence, and our Constitution of the United States of America.

Now then, which candidate is most likely to do that?

Or are ALL of them merely inveterate liars from the git-go?

Thank you.

John Robert Mallernee, Esquire
Ashley Valley Shadows
Vernal, Utah  84078

Cellular Telephone:  202-355-8710
Home Telephone:  435-781-6539

10 comments:

  1. I think that Trump will support the Constitution of the USA.

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  2. Sanders (not the commie)March 27, 2016 at 10:04 AM

    My first wife's grandfather was in the SS and wounded on the eastern front when a soviet grenade killed 2 of his buddies beside him. His excuse was that anyone over 6 ft. tall was automatically put into an SS unit. It wasn't until his death that I learned he was a true believer. He changed his voter registration to national socialist on his death bed.

    Anyway, I once asked him how Hitler got into power. He said they had two choices - the communists or the nazis. The Germans could look to Stalin to see what communism would mean for them, so they went with Hitler. It was that simple.

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    1. Thanks for the story and the communists and Nazis battled it out on the streets with the Nazis winning.

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  3. they are all liars and crooks.
    no matter who is elected to be the new ringmaster, it's still the same circus with the same acts and the same actors.
    untill the present governing bodies in all the worlds countries are removed, mankind will neve be free. replacing one form of government with another form will do no good, for, all governments become corrupt and that corruption causes the government to fall. so government, when it falls, must be replaced with free men being allowed to run their lives as they will, limited only by the rules of nature (natural law) and the laws of whatever higher power they chose to follow.

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    1. the rules of nature (natural law) and the laws of whatever higher power they chose to follow.

      Absolutely. We don't need amendments as we have our Natural Rights.

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  4. Yes, there are many parallels between the current state of America and pre-WWII Germany, but there are also many differences. We have a population of Baby Boomers and Generation X'ers who remember the "good times" in America. Many millennials see the current conditions and most believe that "this is as good as gets". The sorrid state of affairs is not confined to one section of the country, though there are parts that are more insulated from the "just getting by" from welfare to welfare check America which one in three Americans depend upon today. I know the author did not imply this fact, but Trump is not a Hitler. Yes, we have been a "Recession/Depression" but nothing near the scale of what Germany and much of the world was experiencing at the time of the rise of Hitler. One huge difference that makes the popul-nationalist Trump popular is he sees what is wrong from the viewpoint of what was once the middle-class and offers options rather than the District of Criminals usual approach of bait and get votes. Most do not trust politicians anymore and many see Trump as an option. His viewpoints make sense. I know that is a strange concept for candidates of the last fifty years (maybe excluding Reagan). Unlike post-war Depression era Germany, the United States still has some small business people. skilled workers, and many .gov employees drawing a payday. Where this is different these workers see their hard earned money stolen from them by a runaway-out of control government and the same government spending this money foolishly on wacko environmental programs, foreign aid, fighting wars that the leaders have not intention of winning, using that same money to spy upon, confiscate, strong-ar, and prosecute selected "enemies of the state". In my opinion the most injust of these misappropriations and the biggest slap in the face is seeing perfectly healthy welfare recipients enjoying a better quality of life than many of those paying the taxes. Trump picked a good time to run and yes, it is times similar to these that sprout forth tyrants. I for one, believe Donald will be good for the country and am willing to give him a try. Reckon if he is elected we will all get to wear some type of "snappy" uniform? LOL

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    1. he sees what is wrong from the viewpoint of what was once the middle-class and offers options rather than the District of Criminals usual approach of bait and get votes.

      Good point.

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      the most injust of these misappropriations and the biggest slap in the face is seeing perfectly healthy welfare recipients enjoying a better quality of life than many of those paying the taxes.

      Agreed.

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      believe Donald will be good for the country and am willing to give him a try. Reckon if he is elected we will all get to wear some type of "snappy" uniform? LOL

      Yes and where is my Cub Scout one........? :)

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    2. That was only in jest and not to imply that Trump would require Americans to wear uniforms like the nahtsees did. I don't think most Americans would go for the uniform gig anyway. Besides, most have a uniform already of sweatpants and flip-flops! LOL

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    3. most have a uniform already of sweatpants and flip-flops! LOL

      You got that right. :)

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